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The creator of the zine [[Hannah D. Forman]] writes, "it is my hope that "Ax Wound" will create a dialogue about gender in the horror/slasher/gore genre -- a genre typically thought to reinforce patriarchal values. I want both the zine and the website to provide a safe, stimulating environment for feminists who struggle with their enjoyment of these films, and a place to explore what these films are about, and why we love them so much."
 
The creator of the zine [[Hannah D. Forman]] writes, "it is my hope that "Ax Wound" will create a dialogue about gender in the horror/slasher/gore genre -- a genre typically thought to reinforce patriarchal values. I want both the zine and the website to provide a safe, stimulating environment for feminists who struggle with their enjoyment of these films, and a place to explore what these films are about, and why we love them so much."
  
<i>Ax Wound</i> has recently joined forces [http://www.pretty-Scary.net pretty-scary.net]
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<i>Ax Wound</i> has recently joined forces with [http://www.pretty-Scary.net pretty-scary.net]
  
 
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Revision as of 09:37, 15 February 2007

Ax Wound is a zine named after the derogatory term for a menstruating vagina.

The creator of the zine Hannah D. Forman writes, "it is my hope that "Ax Wound" will create a dialogue about gender in the horror/slasher/gore genre -- a genre typically thought to reinforce patriarchal values. I want both the zine and the website to provide a safe, stimulating environment for feminists who struggle with their enjoyment of these films, and a place to explore what these films are about, and why we love them so much."

Ax Wound has recently joined forces with pretty-scary.net

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